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Kingston: The electric city

On Tuesday, Kingston City Council voted to accept the three-year Municipal Energy Study released in June as the basis for future climate plans. One of the standouts of the study was a the city’s commitment to the electrification of transportation in Kingston. 900 more words


By providing information, education and motivation, mobile apps can be a tremendous help when undertaking energy efficiency projects around the home. The team at Calgary Window & Door Guys have put together a highly informative infographic guide laying out the most useful energy efficiency apps for your home.

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Ravenhawks Magazine

Designer Jewellery with a Conscience // Sacet

I’m quite partial to jewellery, I’m not into flashy or ostentatious pieces, nor am I fussed about the bling.  I like a well crafted piece that reflects my mood on that day, I do feel rather under dressesd if I forget to wear any. 463 more words


Slowly Reducing My Carbon Footprint

In order to sustain life on Earth as long as possible, it is our responsibility to treat our home with love. As Americans, we are contributing to our quickly expanding landfills. 624 more words


The 7 Best Energy Efficiency Apps for your Home [Infographic]

We all know that true sustainability comes from switching up our daily habits, yet for many this is a challenge. We all lead busy lives, so it’s not uncommon to feel like we simply don’t have the time or the energy to be green. 435 more words


Here's How To Be Less Wasteful

Environmental awareness has never been more of a priority in society than it is today, and with good reason. Global warming is a serious issue that is becoming more and more prevalent yearly, hence why it is useful to be knowledgeable as to how you can reduce your carbon footprint and produce less waste. 275 more words

On The Edge Of Everything

Climate positive, carbon neutral, carbon negative: What do they mean?

A quick guide to understanding popular sustainability jargon.

In the same week that the state of Hawaii announced it intends to be carbon neutral by 2045, the Swedish restaurant chain Max Burger introduced what it claims to be the first-ever “climate-positive” burger–which just as accurately, could be described as “carbon negative.” You would be forgiven, here, for feeling slightly confused with the current carbon linguistic climate.

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